Thomas Ribbrock wrote:
> > > what cpu is in those computers anyway? M68xx??
> > 6502 Processor ~1 MHz
>> 6510, to be precise. Pretty much the same as 6502, though it had a few
> control lines extra - which were needed for that weird memory management the
> C64 had (anybody remembers $C000? 4K for assembly, well hidden away... ;-) )
Ahh.. $C000.. LDA #$00, STA $D020, STA $D021, RTS.. There was a time I
could rattle off the hex for the above commands, could be A900 8D20D0
'Course I've almost fogotten all my assembly stuff, and the ironic thing
is that I'm using high level scripting languages these days. I sometimes
wonder what I would have thought if I had known that 10 years ago..
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